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Where is the orthodox cemetery in Podlasie?


archiwum 13 | 125
3 Mar 2012 #1
Where is the orthodox cemetery in Podlachia?
gumishu 11 | 5,740
3 Mar 2012 #2
there must be numerous orthodox cemeteries in Białystok area (especially Hajnówka, Bielsk Podlaski and Siemiatycze vicinity)
OP archiwum 13 | 125
6 Mar 2012 #3
Merged: Bialystok County

Is there a orthodox cemetery in Suprasl? If so, is there a family Chomczyk buried there?
Harry
6 Mar 2012 #4
Hmm, mixed information. This site says there was not one zchor.org/suprasl/suprasl3.htm but the first book on this page claims to have photos of a Jewish cemetery there avotaynu.com/bookjew.htm#bialystok
teflcat 5 | 1,032
6 Mar 2012 #5
radzima.org/pl/object/4055.html
radzima.org/pl/miasto/suprasl.html
OP archiwum 13 | 125
6 Mar 2012 #6
I was talking about the orthodox confession.
teflcat 5 | 1,032
6 Mar 2012 #7
Please explain what you mean more fully.
Harry
6 Mar 2012 #8
Hang on, it turns out that there was no Jewish cemetery at all there and that all the dead were buried in Bialystok, details here

iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/poland/suprasl.html

There's a fair bit of information about the town's Jewish citizens here zchor.org/suprasl/suprasl.htm
OP archiwum 13 | 125
6 Mar 2012 #9
Hello, Again

No disrespect. I was talking about Russian Orthodox.
teflcat 5 | 1,032
6 Mar 2012 #10
Then click on the links I provided above.
Harry
6 Mar 2012 #11
. I was talking about Russian Orthodox

Ah, now I'm with you! Given the location, I'm sure there is. The name made me think that you mean Jewish Orthodox.
JonnyM 11 | 2,620
6 Mar 2012 #12
No disrespect. I was talking about Russian Orthodox.

There should be a Polish Orthodox cemetery there - there's a pretty big Orthodox church and monastery.


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